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These are extraordinary methods, and work best in live games. Getting an opponent on tilt is a lot more rewarding in lives games, too. There's nothing like the grunts, facial ticks, and the defensive "What the hell bro?!" of an on-tilt, chip-bleeding,...
Jared Tendler, author of the Mental Game of Poker, came to FTR recently to do an AMA where he answered our communities questions. This is...
When bluffing with non-nut outs in No Limit Hold’em, you have to be mindful not just of implied odds but reverse implied odds. That is, you may make your hand and still lose the pot. Thus, the situation is more dangerous than if you had outs to the nuts.
Following this system of training your brain to think about poker on a deeper level will raise your game up in a way that you can count on.
Below is a table of Texas Holdem starting hands, ordered by their Expected Value (EV) in a 2 player holdem game. These statistics were produced by using millions of hand histories to compute the following results. The unit for EV is average profit in big bets.
If you want to make EV calculations during a Sit and Go tournament, you’ll have to become familiar with the Independent Chip Model. The value of your chips will fluctuate depending on the stage of the tournament and your stack size. You need to use an ICM calculator to get accurate results.
Getting reads on your opponents is crucial in any form of poker. It is especially important in cash games where you might play against the same opponents for an hour or more. By carefully observing what your opponents do, even in hands where you’ve folded, you’ll be able to exploit them.
Poker tracking software has become increasingly common lately. This leads to the question: Can a player succeed at higher levels without using a HUD or other software? What if the player is only playing a single table? The answer, as it should always be, is “it depends.”
Group 0: AA KK Group 1: QQ JJ AKs Group 2: TT AK AQs AJs KQs Group 3: AQ 99 88 77 ATs KJs Group 4: AJ KQ QJs KTs JTs AT Group 5: 66 55 44 33 22 KJ(?) QTs(?) A9s(?) A8s(?) QJ(?) Group 6(?): KT QT JT A7s K9s Q9s T9s J9s A5s A6s A4s A3s A2s Group 7(?): A9 K9 98s 87s (?)...
JGB continues playing based on the sauce123 strategy. Additionally, this video features a small discussion on table selection. It also...
Here Euphoricism 4 tables $50 nl. He explains that when playing smaller stakes all you really have to do is play tight, sit back and wait...
The play here isn't too much different. After playing 10,000-15,000 hands of .5/1, you should be more than bankrolled to play at the $1/2 limit. document.write(BwinPokerA);document.write(BwinPokerB); players are a mixture of loose/tight players but they all play very...
Point 48 (of a planned 30): Middle Tourney Play: How to Build a Stack One of the most frustrating things in tournament poker is playing your way to mid way with the blinds ascending and you simply have no cards to play. The frustration builds as the blinds go up and...
I have just read a thread in which people said "poker is not all about maths," "luck is a factor in poker," "it is not always right to take +$EV decisions." I am now going to show that everything in poker can be expressed mathematically, and prove that those people...
Omaha High-Low is one of those rare poker games that appeals to people that like to gamble it up as well as to nits who don’t like to play many hands. Good players have a substantial advantage over either category of opponents as long they remember to draw to the nuts.